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With few exceptions only a couple sustainability managers are in the publicly listed companies’ C-Suite. How important are they?

14 October 2021

Sophie Nachemson-Ekvall i SR P1 Konflikt

11 October 2021
Fredsaktivister och miljökämpar utmanar nu storbolagen på deras egen spelplan. Men går det att förändra världen genom att köpa aktier?

The SDGs and how corruption impacts them

20 September 2021
Lin Lerpold and Tomas Brytting have together with the International Chamber of Commerce developed a pedagogical tool for understanding how corruption impacts the Sustainable Development Goals.

Webinar: Presentation of new report

15 September 2021
Susanne Sweet at Center for Sustainability Research is presenting a report on ‘Det Hållbara Svenska Modeundret’ at a webinar arranged by Entreprenörskapsforum’s 23 September, 12:00-13:00.

Svensk finansmarknad behöver ha sociala mål

13 September 2021
Privata aktörer behövs för att lösa problemen med utanförskap. Internationellt stöds framväxten av privat social finansiering avEU, OECD och Världsbanken. Men Sverige ligger långt efter flera OECD-länder. Det skriver forskaren Sophie Nachemson-Ekwall i Di Debatt.

Inbjudan till rapportsläpp!

08 September 2021
Tisdag 14 september kl 8.30–10.00 presenteras rapporten "En svensk social finansmarknad växer fram" av Sophie Nachemson-Ekwall.

Ranjula Bali Swain, plenary speaker at ISDRS conference 2021, 15th July 2021

21 June 2021

Ranjula Bali Swain at Almedalen 2021, 5th July 2021

21 June 2021

Max Jerneck's research cited in The Atlantic

18 June 2021
CSR researcher Max Jerneck cited in Robinson Meyer article "Why America Doesn’t Really Make Solar Panels Anymore", in The Atlantic, explaining the importance of solar industry from a historic perspective.

Launch of the Sustainable Finance Lab

14 June 2021
On Friday June 11th, at 10:00 (CET) the Sustainable Finance Lab Sweden hosted its official opening. The Swedish Minister of Financial Markets Åsa Lindhagen, Director General of Swedish Innovation Agency Darja Isaksson, and the President of KTH The Royal Institute of Technology Sigbritt Karlsson set the scen for the upcoming five years.
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